country could conceivably face, and it would be a mistake to, you know, decide we're never going to have to fight any significant war, any manpowerred war again. clearly, there's scenarios where that could happen. history is ripe with examples of points where, you know, the leadership of the country is, oh, we'll never have to fight a war again, take apart the navy and the army, and them only to discover they've got a rapidly try to ramp back up. you know, i'm not enough of an expert on military issues to have done any kind of a broad assessment of what all the potential threats are, but i think the most likely, frankly, the most likely threats we face as a nation right now are cyber attacks and terrorist atags -- attacks that sort of overlap. right now, it's hard to envision going to war with china over taiwan or, you know, having to go to korea to fight back, you know, invasion of south korea, but these things can happen.